The arc and lines form the sides of the shape. The sides touch each other at end point in such a way that each end point can touch only one shape and the shape is closed eg:- line--arc--line--line--line--arc--arc

gobeurzb 2022-09-24 Answered
The arc and lines form the sides of the shape. The sides touch each other at end point in such a way that each end point can touch only one shape and the shape is closed
eg:- line--arc--line--line--line--arc--arc
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Laylah Bean
Answered 2022-09-25 Author has 4 answers
Hint: Make them all lines and get that area, and then add the areas of the parts of circles cut off by the circle arcs by lines where that circle part was cut off. If a circle arc bends inward, subtract that area.
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